Recently discovered at a cemetery at Abydos in Egypt, and dating back some 3,300 years, this tomb served as a base for a small pyramid estimated to be 7 metres high
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Owen Jarus, Live Science contributor, reports that –
 
A tomb newly excavated at an ancient cemetery in Egypt would have boasted a pyramid 7 meters (23 feet) high at its entrance, archaeologists say.
 
The tomb, found at the site of Abydos, dates back around 3,300 years. Within one of its vaulted burial chambers, a team of archaeologists found a finely crafted sandstone sarcophagus, painted red, which was created for a scribe named Horemheb. The sarcophagus has images of several Egyptian gods on it and hieroglyphic inscriptions recording spells from the Book of the Dead that helped one enter the afterlife.
 
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